I’m struggeling in getting the anchor field to a new ACF-Block, with acf_register_block_type.
According to this page it should work: https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/blocks/
'anchor' => true
'id' => true.
But it always just show me the class-name, not any anchor or id field.
Does anybody has an Idea what I’m making wrong?
I’ve got this answer from the ACF-Support.
Thank you for your email.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the acf_register_block_type() function currently does not support the ‘anchor’ property. You can have a look at its documentation here https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/acf_register_block_type/.
I hope this helps and kindly let me know how this goes :).
@kopiczko-sebastian can confirm it works perfectly. Thanks for this!
acf_register_block_type( array( 'name' => 'countdown', 'title' => __('Countdown', TEXTDOMAIN), 'description' => __('A custom Countdown block.', TEXTDOMAIN), 'render_template' => 'template-parts/blocks/countdown.php', 'category' => 'my-custom-blocks', 'icon' => 'calendar-alt', 'keywords' => array( 'countdown', 'date', 'time' ), 'supports' => array( 'anchor' => true ) ) );
If it “works”, why ‘anchor’ doesn’t appears into parameters list of documentation?
Anchor IS indirectly mentioned in the documentation: the documentation states:
If you read the linked documentation at https://developer.wordpress.org/block-editor/developers/block-api/block-supports/ — anchor is the first parameter on the list.
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